Family, Friends, Police Continue Search For Missing Jamestown Man

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JAMESTOWN – Family and friends of a missing Jamestown man continued their search efforts Thursday morning three weeks after he was last seen.








56-year-old Kevin Hornburg first went missing on Monday, November 22. He was last seen on Prendergast Avenue in the City of Jamestown.

Hornburg’s family, friends and members of the Jamestown Police Department searched a two-block radius of Prendergast Avenue and Stillers Alley in hopes of finding answers.









His oldest sister Susan Baldwin spoke with our crews before the search.

She says police did investigate the Olean area after someone spotted someone who looked like Hornburg; however, that lead has not panned out yet. A reward of $1,000 is now posted.















“We’ve gone in an out of places where we’d heard he’d been, abandoned buildings, looking into windows of old bars, and stuff like that, thinking that maybe he broke in somewhere, but so far, nothing,” said Baldwin.

Hornburg is known to frequent the Tops Grocery Store on Washington Street and Robo Gas Station on North Main Street. He has a cross tattoo his forearm and another tattoo between his pointer finger and thumb.

Anyone with information on his whereabouts is asked to contact Jamestown Police at (716) 483-7536.

 

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